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Travis $cott starts off the video for “Mamacita”—off August’s Days Of Rodeo mixtape—strapped to a Hannibal Lecter-esque muzzle contraption on a black slab in a vacant parking lot.
The song centers on the theme of manhood—“I was taught to be a man, stand on my two feet just like a man,” sings Quan.
Birdman looks like a satisfied babysitter, watching the kids run around the mansion while he chaperones.
“I feel like this is one of the best things I’ve ever done,” Young Thug says of the new mixtape.
DJ Drama has come a long way since being T.I.’s official DJ.
One of the hottest rappers out of Atlanta right now has shared a red-hot new track ahead of the Rich Gang mixtape due at the end of the month.
While attending the Adrien Broner and Emmanuel Taylor fight in Cincinnati, Ohio, rapper Rich Homie Quan engaged in his own boxing match in the crowd.
If this is any indication, Atlanta isn’t giving up its claim to the throne any time soon.
“Can’t worry ’bout you, n—a,” he repeats, getting that dirt off his shoulder.
The last time Atlanta upstarts Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug worked together, they lent their vocals to Rich Gang’s trap ballad “Lifestyle.”